After looking at the log files of my Magento site, I noticed that a URL ending .co.uk/no-route was getting a significant number of events.

What is this URL?

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Any URL in Magento which does not find target page those URL will be considered as a (no-route) 404 Page

In Magento, such pages are called no-route (means for which routing is not available)

Simply all 404 request will be considered as no-route URL.

  • is it okay to set to homepage instead of no-route page? as seo point of view? – Alam Zaib Feb 25 '19 at 13:09
  • Yes I have some of store which redirects you to home page in case of 404 :) – Dhaval Solanki Feb 26 '19 at 4:45

Magento default installation already has a predefined custom 404 page (no-route).

Under Magento administration we can manually set default 404 page template.

System -> Configuration -> General -> Web -> Default Pages -> CMS No Route Page.

Here you can add any previously created CMS page (Customer Services for example).

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Default 404 page settings

Or you can use more specific content (search form, store sitemap, contact form, specific store categories with promoted products…).

I hope it will clear your concern.

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